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Table 3 Summary of certain members of the gut microbiota promotion or inhibition of S. enterica growth in the GIT

From: Current knowledge and perspectives of potential impacts of Salmonella enterica on the profile of the gut microbiota

Gut microbiota Type of molecules produced by gut microbiota The result of study Reference
Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron Fucose, galactose, sialic acid Enhance the growth of S. Typhimurium [129, 131, 132]
Microbiota-derived H2 Hydrogen (H2) Enhance the growth of S. Typhimurium during the early stage infection [133]
Microbiota- derived SCFAs Acetate Enhance the expression of the invasion genes of SPI-1 encoded T3SS of S. Typhimurium [134]
Microbiota- derived SCFAs Propionate and butyrate Suppress the expression of the invasion genes of SPI-1 encoded T3SS of S. Typhimurium [134]
Microbiota- derived SCFAs Propionate Limit S. Typhimurium growth [130]
Microbiota- derived SCFAs Propionate and butyrate Decrease the invasion of the intestinal epithelial cells in an in vitro avian model of S. Enteritidis [135]
Lactobacillus casei Linoleic acids Limit S. Typhimurium growth [137]
Commensal E. coli Indole Downregulated genes of SPI-1 encoded T3SS of S. Typhimurium [139, 140]